Posting DetailsPosting Information Vacancy Type Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Is Internal Transfer Only No Working Title Assistant Professor Salary Range Anticipated Hiring Range $120,060 per year Position Number 00001436 Work Schedule 40 hrs/wk Full Time Equivalent (FTE) 1.0 Department 194001 - Dept Molecular Biomedical Scie Department Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences Job City & State Raleigh, NC Primary Function of Organizational Unit
Diagnostic imaging in the NC State Veterinary Hospital is extremely well equipped with four Canon digital radiographic systems (two small animal, two equine), a digital RF room, a biplane cath lab, two GE Logic e9 ultrasound machines for small animal imaging, a Mylab 70 XVG for equine orthopedics and assorted portable equine ultrasound machines, an equine/small animal nuclear medicine suite using Mirage software, two Siemens CT machines, (16 slice for equine and 64 slice for small animal), and access to a fully appointed onsite Siemens 1.5 T MR small animal and equine suite owned by AnimalScan LLC. A fully integrated web based Radiology Information System (Empiric Systems/Fuji) and PACS (Merge/Amicas) allows for easy report generation and image distribution throughout the College. The RIS and PACS are readily accessible offsite and via iOS devices.
There are four other full-time radiologists, a 4th year resident equivalent, a part-time (50%) radiologist, six radiology residents, an equine imaging intern, and nine technologists and support staff. The radiology department is a congenial team-oriented group which is excited about the prospects of furthering the development of imaging at NCSU in collaboration with the talents and ideas of a new faculty member. The NC State Veterinary Hospital is a wonderful workplace with enthusiastic students, technologists and other faculty specialists who work together to provide excellent veterinary medical care and to advance the knowledge base.
The Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences trains doctors of veterinary medicine and graduate students interested in research-based careers focused on the discovery of new knowledge about animal and human health and disease and using those findings to enhance animal and human health and well-being. Students get in depth knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of disease, and experience in the development of new procedures which enable its prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
Our faculty are recognized experts in the fields of cell biology and physiology, cancer biology, developmental biology, environmental science and toxicology, genomics, infectious diseases, neuroscience, pharmacology, radiology, and reproductive biology. Our goals are to advance veterinary medical science through innovative basic and applied research, and by mentoring and inspiring students, providing world-class clinical and diagnostic services, and offering the public the latest knowledge through innovative extension and engagement activities.
Our research faculty work in state-of-the-art research facilities including a transgenic mouse facility where graduate students can participate in research projects related to mouse and animal genomics.
A number of graduate programs are available to students interested in working with faculty in the Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences. In addition, faculty oversee following clinical sections: anesthesia, clinical nutrition, pharmacology, and the radiology residencyEssential Job Duties
Teach VMB 911: Veterinary Anatomy 1; VMB 960: Veterinary Radiology and Radiobiology; VMB 976: Radiology Rotation (radiology); VMB 976: Radiology Rotation (Ultrasound); and VMB 909: Case Based Radiographic Interpretation.
Provide radiology training to interns and radiology residents.
Establish an independent research program.
Provide clinical radiology services in the Veterinary Health Complex.
Requires DVM or closely related field of study; 3 years of experience as a Veterinarian or Radiology Resident; and demonstrated experience as a veterinary surgeon in general practice; experience teaching veterinary technicians and DVM students all aspects of diagnostic imaging appropriate for entry level veterinarians and technicians; experience conducting specialized research in advanced MRI and intervention techniques; knowledge of advanced and experimental imaging techniques including FMRI, spectroscopy and HIFU; and experience training residents for ECVDI and ACVR radiology board examination and specialization.
This position requires a 3 year (36 month) residency in Radiology, and that the applicant be eligible to take the AVCR or ECVDI boards.Departmental Required Skills
N/APreferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
N/ARequired License or Certification
N/ASpecial Instructions Job Open Date 02/27/2019 Anticipated Closing Date Is this position partially or fully funded on ARRA stimulus monies? No Proposed Hire Date AA/EOE
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